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Tim Buckley – Look At The Fool (1974)

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Tim Buckley – Look At The Fool (1974)

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01. Look At The Fool – 5:10
02. Bring It On Up – 3:25
03. Helpless – 3:18
04. Freeway Blues – 3:10
05. Tijuana Moon – 2:38
06. Ain't It Peculiar – 3:34
07. Who Could Deny You – 4:20
08. Mexicali Voodoo – 2:23
09. Down In The Street – 3:20
10. Wanda Lu – 2:37

Personnel:
- Tim Buckley – 12-string guitar, vocals
- Joe Falsia – guitars, bass
- Mike Melvoin – piano, organ, moog synthesizer
- Jim Fielder, Chuck Rainey, Jim Hughart – bass
- Earl Palmer – drums
- Mark Tiernan – electric piano
- King Errison – congas
- Jesse Erlich – cello
- David Bluefield – clavinet
- Gary Coleman – percussion
- Venetta Fields, Clydie King, Sherlie Matthews – Background Vocals
- Anthony Terran, William Peterson, Terry Harrington, Richard Nash,
Johnny Rotella - horn section

 

Tim Buckley's final album is a sad, burned-out affair, suffering from weak, poorly conceived material and washed-out soul-rock arrangements. Most troublingly, Buckley's voice -- the one asset he could always count on -- had itself begun to deteriorate. Here his vocals were distressingly thin, like torn socks that have gone through the laundry cycle one too many times. ---Richie Unterberger, AllMusic Review

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